There are 8 Dzambhala Talismans left. If you want one, get it now because I am not sure when I will do it again with 100,000 mantras.
Some of you may not even know who Dzambhala is. Dzambhala, also spelled Jambhala, is a Tibetan Yidam of wealth and prosperity both in terms of spiritual wealth and material wealth.
There are five colors for Dzambhala, but the Yellow one is the main one. Yellow being the color of the Earth element and the magical action of increasing in Tibetan systems.
Some stories say that Dzambhala was a Yaksha spirit who defended the Buddha from attack, other stories say that he is a particularly active form of Vaishravana the Guardian King of the North.
His large body symbolizes wealth and happiness. His fierce gaze symbolize his triiumph over the obstacles of prosperity. As with most Tibetan Prosperity Yidams, he holds a mongoose that eternally vomits precious jems. His right rests upon a lotus and conch shell, symbolism showing he is supported by both purity and the Buddhas speech.
He has been a constant companion of mine in many forms, and I have been very happy to spread his influence through these talismans.